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    A terrible cyclone has destroyed one-half of the town of Pomoroy, Iowa, U.S.A. One hundred persons were killed. Owing to the effects of the drought in ...

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    HOWEVER much one may regret the introduction of a measure of the nature of the Railway Border Tax Bill it must be admitted that the Government ...

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    A conference between members of the Gympie Drainage Board and the Mining Managers Association was held last evening in the office of Mr. J. Flood. All the ...

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  6. BRISBANE

    Sir Thomas M'Ilwraith declines to announce the result of the Cabinet meeting to-day until the House meets to-morrow. ...

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  7. SYDNEY

    Mr. Lyne has carried out his intention of laying up five dredges and three tugs, and expects to be able to retrench his department to the extent of £140,000 per ...

    Article : 303 words
  8. MELBOURNE

    A large tigr has been seen in Sassafrass Gully, in the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria. Six years ago a cub escaped from a menagerie. ...

    Article : 42 words
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    The ADVERTISER'S London correspondent writes that it is common talk in London that the Duke of Clarence was recovering from typhoid, when in a fit of[?] ...

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